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Behavior

Pet CareBehavior
July 18, 2016

How to help a grieving dog

You probably know this, but to re-state the obvious: Yes, dogs grieve too. In fact, because dogs process everything emotionally and intuitively, their grieving process is often very difficult for…
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Pet CareBehavior
January 14, 2016

Handling a Growling Dog

How to Handle & Interpret a Growling Dog By Karen Fazio | New Jersey Pets NJ.com May 04, 2015; updated May 13, 2015 Recently I was awakened from a deep…
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Pet CareBehavior
July 4, 2015

Fun Facts about Your Dog

Fun Facts about Your Dog Your Dog Has His Own Fingerprint. Just as each person can be identified by the swirls and curvatures found in a fingerprint, your dog has his…
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Pet CareBehavior
May 6, 2015

Building your Dog’s Confidence

How to Boost the Confidence of a Shy Dog Training: Most pet behaviorists agree that training is essential for building the confidence of insecure dogs like Kayden, and it has…
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Pet CareBehavior
January 9, 2015

Biggest Mistakes Dog Owners Make

We copied this from PetPlace.com but found much of this very valuable information and wanted to share it with you.  We promise, it's worth your time to read it.  …
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Pet CareBehavior
June 3, 2014

Watch the Signs- No Surprises

Pay attention to what a dog is telling you. And teach children to respect a dog's space! Too many dogs end up in shelters (or worse, put down) because the…
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Pet CareBehavior
April 25, 2014

Is Your Dog Happy?

Signs of Happiness Content dogs sleep for about 8 to 10 hours per day, mostly at night. They wake up early and set out in search of food. Breakfast, if…
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Pet CareBehavior
March 23, 2014

Reading your Dog’s Body Language

1. Relaxed Approachable This dog is relaxed and reasonably content. Such a dog is unconcerned and  not        threatened by any activities going on in his immediate environment…
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Pet CareBehavior
September 2, 2013

Top 10 Senior Lab Mistakes

    What are we doing wrong?  NUMBER 10 Ignoring Long Toenails NUMBER 9 Avoiding Heartworm Testing and Prevention NUMBER 8 Avoiding Vaccinations NUMBER 7 Keeping Him on the Same…
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